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  • Rights: Te Ara: the Online Encyclopedia of New Zealand Published 18 June 2008 Size: 38 KB Referencing Hub media

    Scrap yards are common sites of soil contamination. Most metals will break down slowly over time into harmless molecules. However, oil, hydraulic fluid and other chemicals may be associated with the scrap and can poison the soil.

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